THE LIMITS OF EUROCENTRICITY Imperial British Foreign and Defence Policy in the early twentieth century

THE LIMITS OF EUROCENTRICITY Imperial British Foreign and Defence Policy in the early twentieth century
Introduction: The Limits of Eurocentricity ? the case of the British Empire 1904-1914. 1. Prologue to Policy-Making: Sir E. Grey and the National Review articles 1901-2. 2. Found and Lost in Translation: Bertie, Cambon, Landsdowne, Delcassé and the Anglo-French ?alliance? of May 1905 3. The Anglo-Japanese Alliance of 1905 and the defending of India: the case of the worst-case scenario 4. Creative Accounting: the place of loans to Persia in the commencent of the negotiation of the Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907 5. Passing on the Straits: the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus in Anglo-Russian relations 1904-1907 6. Sir E. Crowe on the origins of the Crowe memorandum of 1 January 1907 7. The Anglo-French Entente re-visited, 1906-1914. 8. Hankey's Appendix: inter-service rivalry during and after the Agadir crisis, 1911. 9. Understanding the ?misunderstanding? of 1 August 1914. 10. Curzon outwith India: a note on the lost committee on Persia, 1915-1916. 11. General Wilson and the Channel Tunnel before and after the Great War Map: Persia as divided by the Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907
 
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Keith WILSON
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